I just spied the new Zoom SampleTrak in Sound-on-Sound today. It looks like a Yamaha SU-10 on steroids, or an atrophied ASR-X. It seems like they'll sell for something like $300. Any body check these out?? It seems like a better tool than an SP-202. A brief description ... ** Sample time 60 sec. @ 32KHz up to 4 min. @ 8 Khz ** Maximum simultaneous sample - 8 mono or 4 stereo ** Tempo range 40-250 BPM ** Sophisticated Resampler function lets you resample any phrase again in the digital domain with effects ** Intelligent Autosync feature lets you match the tempos of different samples without changing pitch up to +/- 30 BPM ** 22 Zoom effects including Extreme EQ, Time Stretch, Lo-Fi, Scratch, Step Cry (Sample And Hold) and more ** 8 Song, 5,000 Note On-Board Sequencer ** 32 samples stored in memory with 24 available from 8 buttons chosen from 3 banks ** Easy Sample Editing with trim and split pad assign (also pad assign with apply "major scale" function ** Play List lets you record up to eight songs and assign them to any of the pads for real-time playback ** Real Time control for creative live performances ** MIDI-In capability and limited SysEx control ** 4 Mb Flash Memory/Data Card expandability.